This online course provides an introduction to traditional Chinese ethical thought and focuses on the pervasive contrast in the way Chinese and Westerners think about ethical guidance or guidance concerning what is right and what is wrong, good or bad. Traditional Western orthodoxy uses the metaphor of a law to explain ethical guidance. The Classical Chinese philosophers by contrast were all naturalists. They talked about ethical guidance using a path metaphor - a natural dÃ o.
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In this online course, participants will learn about fallacies. Fallacies are arguments that suffer from one or more common but avoidable defects: equivocation, circularity,...
In this online course (MOOC), participants will learn what an argument is. The definition of argument will enable students to identify when speakers are giving arguments and...
This online course explores the worlds of sense, thought and the mind, as revealed through the philosophical discipline of phenomenology.